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He groaned in the spirit and was troubled. . . . Jesus wept. — John 11:33,35

 

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That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being conformed to His death.

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One of the prophets mentioned in the Bible is Jonah. He is said to have had an attitude problem. In fact, he is referred to as “a runaway prophet.”

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David was stuck in a cave (Psalm 142). Some Bible commentators think this was when he was running from King Saul, who wanted to kill him (1 Samuel 22:1). Trouble and troublemakers hounded him. Hemmed in by his circumstances and smothered by danger, he turned to God for help.

• David was frightened, so he poured out his complaint to God (v.2).

• He felt alone and uncared for, so he cried out to God (vv.1, 4-5).
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In the eyes of most people in the crowd, Jesus was a common criminal going to the place of execution. So to help Him bear His cross was both degrading and humiliating.
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Some Bible scholars believe that Philippians 2:6-11 may have been part of an early Christian hymn. Believers praised the Son of God because He "made Himself of no reputation" (v. 7) and chose to put aside His own rights and privileges to become a man. Not just any man, but a lowly servant. As a man, Jesus gave Himself to be murdered as a criminal on a Roman execution rack. How high He was, and how low He came!
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